Mixed or average reviews - based on 4 Critics

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Mixed or average reviews- based on 21 Ratings

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  1. Jun 11, 2011
    Honest Hearts gives New Vegas players a few hours worth of game time. While I liked the story and location, I didn't feel like it was terribly strong. The Burned Man wasn't all he was cracked up to be. This DLC lacked the depth that some of the content available for Fallout 3. Most of the missions involved run-and-grab type quests. In comparison to Dead Money, this was easier, but more prone to glitches. Whereas Dead Money never once crashed or slowed for me, Honest Hearts was a menagerie of crashes, slow loading times, and faulty displays. I don't believe I ever stopped playing on my terms. It always ended in a system crash. Zion National Park is a beautifully rendered location for exploration, though. Fallout fans are always happy with new content. Casual players can probably avoid this until the definitive edition of New Vegas hits shelves. Full Review »
  2. Apr 22, 2014
    Honest Hearts isn't bad per se, but it is very basic. While the beautiful scenery contrasts well with the other parts of the post-apocalyptic world the Courier visits, there is a certain lack of depth and memorable experience with this DLC. The Malpais Legate also seems rather dull after all the legends we hear about him in the base game... Full Review »
  3. Jul 27, 2011
    While I wasn't blown away by anything Honest Hearts offered, it certainly was more entertaining than Dead Money. My major complaint would be that while Zion Valley is beautifully detailed, there isn't much incentive to visit any of it's numerous locations. Another reviewer alse said that the Burned Man wasn't all he was cracked up to be, which I will second. The legendary NPC didn't really do much for me. Full Review »